Nations Without Borders

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In 1972, the Club of Rome proposed dividing the earth into ten geopolitical regions.  Those regions are: (1) North America; (2) South America; (3) Australia and New Zealand; (4) Western Europe; (5) Eastern Europe; (6) Japan; (7) Southern Asia; (8) Central Asia; (9) North Africa; and (10) The Remaining Territories of Africa.  This seems to be a fulfillment of prophecies found in Daniel 7:24 and Revelation 17:12.  Group No. 1 is made up of Canada, the United States, and Mexico.

Have you wondered why there seems to be no emphasis placed on securing the United States’ border with Mexico?  As the old adage says: If it looks like a duck, quacks like a duck…if a person acts like a globalist, talks like a globalist…that person is very likely a globalist.

We seem to persist in electing men, and women, who have no fear of God.  In fact, it is becoming politically incorrect to mention God in a public setting.  It is against the law, in some places, to end a public prayer “in Jesus’ name!”

How long do we have to finish the work of evangelizing the world? Regardless of the efforts we may put forth, it can only delay for a time Satan’s plan to rule the world.  The Bible is very clear in stating there will be a one-world government (Rev. 17:18). Regrettably, many Christians are hastening its coming by helping to elect those behind Satan’s plan, regardless of party affiliation.

Some churches persist in discouraging the preaching of prophecy.  In addition, they are becoming the impotent bodies the apostle Paul foretold in his second letter to Timothy (2 Tim. 3:5).  They are being held captive by men within the congregations who do not want to hear the truth! (2 Tim. 3:6-7)

If we are correct in our understanding of eschatology, prior to the appearance of the man of sin, we will experience the greatest revival of our time! (Mt. 24:14)  Someone has said the Lord told him, “Miracles will be as easy as breathing!”  Those typified by the five wise virgins of Matthew Chapter 25 must be removed (translated) so the man of sin may be revealed (2 Thes. 2:7).  Those typified by the five foolish virgins will remain on earth; however, having obtained the oil they were lacking, they will continue the miracle ministry until the 1260 days of Revelation 12:6-14 are finished.  The great works of God seem to last approximately 3 ½ years.  As this miracle work of God wanes, the antichrist, the man of sin, the beast of Revelation, will enter the newly erected Jewish Temple, claim to be God, demand that all people worship him, and require a mark (perhaps by an implantable chip) without which no person will be able to buy or sell (Rev. 13:17).  Multitudes of Christians will be martyred for refusal to comply with this mandate.

I’m constantly asking myself whether I will be one who preaches the gospel of the kingdom and be spared the wrath to come.  How about you?  We must prayerfully ask the Lord for wisdom in order to understand His will.  As Paul said, we dare not compare ourselves to ourselves; for in doing so, we would be unwise (2 Cor. 10:12).  Jesus is our example!  The escape Jesus outlined is provided to those who are faithful to watch and pray (Lk. 21:36), and who patiently keep His Word (Rev. 3:10).

Remember, the general rapture of the Church follows the great tribulation because the first resurrection includes those who would not yield to the man of sin (Rev. 20:4-6).

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